Trouble free drive to London with light traffic. Heavier in London's morning rush but still pretty mild compared to other morning rush hours I have been in over the years. Dropped Kelly off at the hospital's main entrance at 8:20 and headed myself over to Masonville Mall's south parking lot. I was the only one in the big lot. Nice. Backed myself into a spot, hauled out my Kindle reader, reclined the seat and waited for the phone to ring which it did an hour and a half later when Kelly called saying she was ready to be picked up. It was still raining. And a correction here....I said Wednesday she was having an MRI but in fact it was a CTScan she had. Quick stop at McDonalds for coffee to go and we headed for home rolling into our driveway about 11:30. Pheebs of course was her happy little exstatic self to see us:))
With a dismally dull cold day going on outside and our warm little Vermont Casting stove toastily warming up our sunroom I again wasn't long in contentedly tipping myself back in my recliner and that was about it for the day. I'm afraid these are not very blogworthy days for me lately but I know this slump I'm in will soon pass and I will catch my second wind again. It seems I always do...………...
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A woman calls her mother. 'My husband and I have been fighting so much lately. I am going to come live with you again.' Her mother replies, 'No dear, he should pay for his mistakes. I am coming to live with you.'
Life is like a Rubik's cube...Easy to mess up, hard to solve.
At the zoo I noticed a slice of toast in one of the enclosures. I asked the keeper, “How did that toast get into the cage?" "It was bread in captivity,” she replied.